Sony has had a busy past few days. Following the announcement that then Chairman of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios, Shawn Layden, was leaving the company, Sony revealed an aggressive price reduction for its video game streaming service PlayStation Now. This latest move by Sony marks a strategy aimed at directly competing with Microsoft’s successful […]Read More Sony Reduces PlayStation Now Price, but is it Too Little Too Late?
In traditional Lebron James fashion to be a major figure in important cultural moments, California Governor Gavin Nelson appeared on James’s produced show Uninterrupted to sign into law a controversial but necessary piece of legislation, which could have a seismic impact on collegiate sports as we know it. The new law titled Fair Pay to […]Read More California’s Fair Pay to Play Act Signed into Law. Now What?
Arsenal’s 2-2 draw to Watford has left a bitter taste in the mouths of supporters. The Gunner’s display in the second half exposed worrying signs about the state of squad early on in the campaign. Away draws are nothing to lose sleep over. The greatest clubs in the Premier League come up short against opposition. […]Read More Arsenal: Clock Ticking for Unai Emery?
News broke on Thursday that Alexandre Lacazaette’s ongoing ankle injury will keep him out until October. Just as Arsenal were welcoming the return of Hector Bellerin, Rob Holding, and Kieran Tierney, arguably their best attacker is now out of action as a congested schedule looms ahead. Arsenal have gotten off to decent start in the […]Read More Arsenal: Two Steps Forward One Step Back?
Earlier this year, NASCAR implemented some large scale changes to its 2020 schedule. Among the many adjustments, NASCAR will be making its first attempt at hosting a double header. Pocono Raceway, which traditionally held two separate events during the summer months, will now have two races over the course of one weekend. It’s a bold […]Read More Indianapolis Motor Speedway Doubleheader a Possibility?
Justice has finally been awarded to Matt DiBenedetto. After weeks of uncertainty for his future in the sport, a surprise announcement by Wood Brothers Racing provides the perfect next step for DiBenedetto’s racing career. This morning it was formally announced by the oldest race team in the sport that Paul Menard will step away from […]Read More Matt DiBenedetto Gets his Drive for 2020
It took fourteen races into his tenure with Renault, but Daniel Ricciardo finally showed the potential of a successful partnership with his new team. Ricciardo did not receive much attention during the race, and rightfully so. The battle up front between Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton was tense. Thanks in part to Sebastian Vettel’s spin, […]Read More Daniel Ricciardo Rose to the Occasion at Monza
There was one thing that all Bucs fans wanted to see in their team’s season opener on Sunday, improvement. A new head coach, a new offensive coordinator, and a rejuvenated starting quarterback were supposed to combine for a statement win at home against a 49ers defense that struggled in 2018. Passing weapons such as Mike […]Read More Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Time to be Concerned?